Inoculation drive against the Coronavirus has shaped and sharpened anxiety, curiosity, and craze at the same point in time. The public deserves to make a sense of the common and ordinary given the fatality of the virus fuelled by the courage and conviction of the heads of state taking turns for getting themselves vaccinated.
But, until and unless the state of public health delivery is substantially improved and adjusted, such exercises will remain futile. Taking expenditures on the environment and climate change won’t do much if the public health system is not updated and ameliorated.
Why are our states increasingly opting out of holding and organizing International health summits and conferences? A universal standard on achieving the targets and goals of the public health system can be significantly achieved and accomplished.
Involving and including policy experts and specialists advocating for a conducive environment and investments in innovations and research to increase benefits from advances being made in this regard seems like a good plan.
The political economy of states after the passage of this pandemic should see them coming closer on a common platform for evolving set strategy and skills in combating the crisis of the situation. Multilateralism is surely going to take the lead from now as the face and grace of globalizing world order, power, and authority.